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*[http://sourceware.org/jffs2/ JFFS2] - The Journalling Flash File System, version 2
 
*[http://sourceware.org/jffs2/ JFFS2] - The Journalling Flash File System, version 2
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cramfs CRAMFS] - A compressed read-only file system for Linux
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cramfs CRAMFS] - A compressed read-only file system for Linux
** for information on Linear Cramfs, see [[ApplicationXIP]]
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** for information on Linear Cramfs, see [[Application XIP]]
 
*[[Squash Fs]] - A (more) compressed read-only file system for Linux
 
*[[Squash Fs]] - A (more) compressed read-only file system for Linux
 
*[http://www.aleph1.co.uk/yaffsoverview YAFFS] - Yet Another Flash File System - a file system designed specifically for NAND flash  
 
*[http://www.aleph1.co.uk/yaffsoverview YAFFS] - Yet Another Flash File System - a file system designed specifically for NAND flash  

Revision as of 10:42, 15 December 2006

This page has information about file systems which are of interest to CE Linux Forum members.

Open source filesystems

Here are some filesystems designed for and/or commonly used in embedded devices:

  • JFFS2 - The Journalling Flash File System, version 2
  • CRAMFS - A compressed read-only file system for Linux
  • Squash Fs - A (more) compressed read-only file system for Linux
  • YAFFS - Yet Another Flash File System - a file system designed specifically for NAND flash
  • AXFS - Advanced XIP File System
  • ABISS - Active Block I/O Scheduling System - a file system designed for real-time I/O

Other projects

  • XPRESS file system - [See OLS 2006 proceedings, presentation by Chanju Park]